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Apricot Purée Concentrate

Apricot Concentrated Fruit Puree is minimally processed to retain better color and flavor. Our fruit purée concentrates are processed similar to single strength purées. Fresh apricot fruit is washed, scrubbed, sorted, blanched and processed through finishers. After the apricot puree passes through the finishers, the water is then extracted from the product concentrating it up to four times the Brix level before being packaged aseptically or frozen.

Applications & Usage

Applications Beverage, Other Non-Alcoholic Beverages, Food, Bakery, Cereals & Snacks, Confectionery, Dairy, Desserts & Fruit Preparations, Infant & Baby Food, Savory & Culinary

Nutritional Information

Calcium (mg) 24.5
Calories 119.8
Carbohydrates (g) 28.6
Cholesterol (mg) 0.00
Dietary fiber (g) 3.16
Iron (mg) 1.8
Notes Apricot Purée Concentrate, 32º Brix (Per 100 grams)
Notes 2 Nutrition information calculated using Genesis Nutritional Database Software with adjustments based on processing. The information contained herein is, to the best of our knowledge, correct, but all recommendations or suggestions are made without guarantee or responsibility since the conditions of use are beyond our control. We disclaim any liability incurred in connection with the use of this data or suggestions.
Protein (g) 1.95
Saturated fat (g) 0.02
Sodium (mg) 6.2
Sugar-total (g) 20.5
Total fat (g) 0.23
Trans fat (g) 0.00
Vitamin A (IU) 5117
Vitamin C (mg) 38.5


Benefits Fruit purées add sweetness and nutritional value to your products and, according to the FDA, aren't counted as added sugar, Economical for shipping and storage, Consistent Brix level, When used at customer’s facility, product will be diluted with water to achieve desired consistency and Brix level, Products can be labeled “made with real fruit” to add that health halo image consumers desire, Proven traceability program, High food safety and reliability scores
Physical form Puree

Storage & Packaging

Aseptic purees (berries) Ambient <70 F - 6 months, Refrigerated <45 F - 18 months, Frozen <0 F - Not recommended
Aseptic purees (tree fruit) Ambient <70 F- 2 Years, Refrigerated <45 F- 3 Years, Frozen <0 F- Not recommended
Packaging New or reconditioned 55 gallon food grade epoxy lined, open top, steel drum with plastic liner and aseptic bag or frozen drum, 275 gallon or 1000 liter aseptic bag in corrugated tote, Poly pail available in 4, 5, or 6 gallons
Pasteurized purees Ambient <70 F - Not recommended, Refrigerated <45 F - Not recommended, Frozen <0 F - 2 years